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5V Single SPDT Relay Board for Arduino

5V Single SPDT Relay Board for Arduino

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Stock No: 32574 MP
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Single Relay module for any project. Easily driven by an Arduino or other micro controllers. Opto Isolated Input.
Freeware available through www.arduino.cc.en & others
LED indicates Relay activated.
Selectable +5V or Ground on Input to Actuate Relay
Power: 5VDC @ ~90mA energized
Contacts: SPDT 10A @ 28VDC,30VDC,125VAC,250VAC
Input: .1in. pitch header with Vcc, Gnd, and Input
Output: Terminal strips.
L: 1-13 /16 W: 11/16 H: 3/4 WT: .02

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Handy general use relay
Would have given 5 stars if there was a 12V version. A breeze to connect if you take the time to check it out 5V Activate: if you put the supplied jumper between Pins 5&6 Gnd & IN-then 5V to pin 3. Gnd Activate: Jumper on 2&3Vcc &+IN gnd on 4 Fits nicely in a weatherproof box in my shed.
- Bob, NC

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